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Living Wage
FRIARY COURT, 65 CRUTCHED FRIARS, LONDON, EC3N 2AE, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7264 8000
Fax:
Fax 020 7264 8888
DX:
1069 LONDON CITY EC3
Email:
Web:
www.hfw.com
Abu Dhabi, Beirut, Brussels, Dubai, Geneva, Hong Kong and 10 more

Katie Pritchard

Tel:
Work 020 7264 8213
Email:
HFW

Work Department

Trade and energy.

Position

Partner in HFW trade and energy practice. Katie specialises in international trade and shipping litigation and arbitration. She has a particular expertise in matters involving soft commodities, including grain, rice and sugar.

Career

Trained as barrister 20 Essex Street Chambers 2003-04; qualified as barrister 2004; qualified as solicitor 2008; associate Holman Fenwick Willan LLP 2004-11; partner Holman Fenwick Willan LLP 2011 to date.

Member

Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn.


London: Dispute resolution

International arbitration

Within: International arbitration

HFW is highly rated for 'the range, strength and depth of its international arbitration practice, which stretches across all of the firm's sector-based groups'. The firm is well known for it experience in disputes involving international trade, energy, commodities, shipping and aviation, as well as insurance and reinsurance, banking and financial services, and construction. Damian Honey is 'an excellent, commercially-minded lawyer with realistic perspectives on the arbitration market'; Katie Pritchard  'has a wealth of experience of commodities-related arbitrations'; Alistair Feeney is 'a bright, knowledgeable and pragmatic lawyer'; Costas Frangeskides is 'excellent at client care'; and Steven Paull and international construction head Max Wieliczko are also key members. Paul Wordley joined EC3 Legal.

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    Business interruption insurance is often a key component of a company’s business continuity plan. The insurance is designed to compensate an insured for the financial effect of the interruption or interference to that business as a result of physical damage to an insured property or other key external events, such as damage at a supplier’s or customer’s premises. The intention is to restore the business to the same financial position as if the loss had not occurred, subject always to the terms and conditions of the policy. 

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